This report offers impact investors, grant-makers, and development finance professionals the first landscape of the what, why, who, where, and most importantly, how , of investing in and with displaced people.
Having shelved a controversial family-separation practice that drew massive protest—and did not slow the arrival of Central American families at the U.S.-Mexico border—the Trump administration is proposing a new tactic: Indefinite detention of parents and children.
The Counting for Dollars program aims to understand the extent to which domestic financial assistance programs will rely on data from the 2020 Census to distribute federal monies to state, localities and households across the nation, and the impact of the accuracy of the 2020 Census on the geographic distribution of federal funds.
This issue brief explains how the proposed DHS rule to re-make the "public charge" immigration provision would result in discouraging many eligible immigrants from accessing Medicaid and other federal public benefits for fear of negatively effecting their immigration status.
Find all program-related materials for the webinar, " Taking Stock and Gearing Up: Immigration Policy and the Role of Philanthropy in Building Stronger Communities ," here, including the presentation and recording.
This four-page document identifies grantmaking opportunities that foundations and individual donors can consider in shaping both short- and longer-term funding strategies to address family separation and detention.